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TE Connectivity Pushes Beyond 10GB/S with New RFO Transceiver

Military, aerospace, marine and space customers have new one-stop source for RFO solutions

TE Connectivity (TE), announced the release of its new ParaByte transceiver. The release of this rugged parallel optical transceiver marks TE’s first launch of an optical transceiver capable of achieving 10+ GB/s while also meeting standards for rugged performance.

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Samtec Announces Completion of new VITA 57.4 FMC+ Standard

Proven SEARAY™ Connectors Provide Reliable SI Performance in Rugged Environments

Samtec supports the release of the new ANSI/VITA 57.4-2018 FPGA Mezzanine Card Plus Standard. VITA 57.4, also referred to as FMC+, expands upon the I/O capabilities defined in ANSI/VITA 57.1 FMC by adding two new connectors that enable higher data rates.

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Samtec Introduces new VITA 42 XMC 12 mm mated connector sets

New 12 mm stack heights comply with recent ANSI/VITA 42.0 XMC Standard

As an ANSI/VITA member, Samtec, is proud to release new connector sets compliant with the revised ANSI/VITA 42.0-2016 XMC Standard. VITA 42 XMC defines an open standard for supporting high-speed, switched interconnect protocols on an existing, widely deployed form factor.

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TE Connectivity Introduces Next-generation Free Height Connectors

Connectors deliver 3X speeds of previous generations

TE Connectivity (TE), introduced its next-generation 0.8mm free height board-to-board connectors, which achieve speeds of 32 Gbps and higher. These high-speed, mid-density mezzanine solutions deliver an excellent price-to-performance ratio and are 56 Gbps PAM-4 and PCIe Gen 5 capable for future upgrades. 

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New Spectrum Digitizers Deliver Precision Measurements for up to 48 Channels

Fully synchronized for multi-channel applications covering DC to 60 MHz

Spectrum Instrumentation has added twelve new products to its family of LXI-based digitizerNETBOX data acquisition instruments. Designed specifically for situations where multiple signals need to be acquired, stored and analyzed, users can select from models that provide 24, 32, 40 or even 48 fully synchronized channels. 

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